Large Paper Storage Boxes

Feb 28th

You can make large paper storage boxes from a few regular office supplies. Thick cardboard can be folded and secured in the form of an open box and matching lid. The cheap paper boxes are solid enough to hold a variety of items such as decorations, paperwork or art supplies. Several large paper boxes stacked to each other can form a vertical storage area. Make a pair of extra storage boxes to store household items out of sight.

Stylish Paper Storage Boxes
Stylish Paper Storage Boxes

Ideas for make large paper storage boxes draw dimensions to the bottom of the field layer on heavyweight cardboard with a ruler and pencil. For example, the bottom panel of a large paper storage box could be a 36-inch-24-inch rectangle or a 48-inch-48-inch square. Draw dimensions for each of the four sides of the box attached to the four sides of the panel base. For example, 12-inch box pages would expand 12 inches straight into four directions from base square or rectangle. The length of each side panel should be equal to the side of the base connecting. Drag 1-inch-wide tabs on the left side of each side panel. Cut the outline of the box along side panels and tabs. Fold the paper along the lines where the side panels join the bottom so they are at a 90 degree angle. Fold the tabs on the left side of each side panel inward with a 90 degree angle.

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Then to make paper storage boxes, spread a thin layer of glue on each tab that faces the adjacent panel. Touch the adjacent panels on the tabs glue tires. Wait for glue to dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Draw another base panel with the same dimensions as first. Add four side panels that are 2 inches long, and include 1-inch tabs on the left side of each panel. Cut this shallow check outline. Fold 2-inch side panels with a 90 degree angle from the base section. Fold tabs in a 90 degree angle from the side panels. Spread a thin layer of glue on the tabs on the side facing the adjacent panel. Touch the glue deck tab on the adjacent panel. Wait for glue to dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Turn the box low tide so that the open end faces downwards. Push the box soaked over the opening of the box deeper to close the storage container.